The Northeast Delta Dental Stadium is the home of the New Hampshire Fisher cats, who are a Double-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays. The stadium itself its fairly small, holding approximately 7,500 people. However this is actually to its benefit as there really isn't a bad seat in the house. Prices are also reasonable and make it easy to bring the family. A seat behind home plate only cost me about $12.
There is a surprisingly a wide variety of selections to choose from for both food and drinks. I had expected primarily hot dogs and hamburgers and cheap (bad) American beer. However they had everything from hot dogs to clam chowder, as well as Samuel Adams. Like all professional (and collegiate these days) sporting venues, prices are on the expensive side. Lines never seemed to be a problem though throughout the game.
The staff also did an admiral job of trying to keep the crowd entertained between innings. The game itself wasn't necessarily the most exciting one that I've seen but was still enjoyable. Overall the experience was good and would definitely return again. The only issue is with parking. If there is an event going on at the Verizon Center, which there was this day, parking can be limited and expensive. Parking ended up costing more than the ticket itself. You should also plan on walking a fair distance as well, so make sure to plan accordingly.
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